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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES
Thursday, October 16, 2014
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Cougars’ Versatility Grounds Voorhees Gridders
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
GETTING A HEAD ON THE BALL...Raider senior Tori Baliatico, No. 20, gets her head on the ball as Blue Devil sophomore
Carly Bechtloft, No. 3, approaches. Defense ruled as the Raiders and the Blue Devils ended up in a 0-0 overtime tie.
Lady Blue Devils & Raiders Battle to 0-0 OT Tie
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11
ball and, hopefully, get a cross into
the middle where there is open space.
We used Christina in the middle to
serve the ball, then we used me, Jodi
[Cornwell], Kayla [Diggs], Corrine
[Checchio], we all have speed to get
to the ball she serves into the top,”
Baliatico said.
Blue Devil senior Lil Scott and
sophomores Taylor Morgan and
Haley Farella, also dangerous scoring threats, demonstrated their defensive skills and were instrumental
in turning the path of the ball in their
direction.
“I have been filling in wherever the
team needs, whether that be up top or
in the back. Especially our defense,
but our team in general did a really
good job of battling today. Every
player left everything they had on the
field. I think we never played Scotch
Plains as aggressively as we did today. It’s a really good thing as we go
into counties,” Scott said.
“We changed up our formation. Lil
is an athlete. She plays up top, she
plays in the middle, she plays in the
back. The girls now are really starting
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CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
DOCKET NO. F-035150-14
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to get it. I usually don’t sub my back
line, but we have girls who can play
and be subs. We are still waiting for
Hannah Liddy to come back from
injury then we will have all the pieces
in place,” Blue Devil Head Coach
Alex Schmidt said.
Wind blowing in the face of the
Blue Devils was a definite factor in
the first half, but the stats were basically the same with each team taking
two shots on goal and each goalkeeper (Blue Devil Lizzie Brucia and
Raider Andrea Leitner) making a pair
of saves. The most dangerous shot at
the goal came off the foot of Rodgers
six minutes into the game when she
drilled a long shot that banged solidly
off the crossbar. Minutes later, Morgan launched a wicked shot that a
defender managed to deflect away
from the goal then with two minutes
left in the half, Brucia made a diving
save to her right.
“It [wind] definitely was a factor. A
lot of balls went out of bounds that
wouldn’t have. We had some chances.
Westfield had some chances,” Coach
Ewing said.
The second half was still nobody’s
game, although the Raiders did get
off five shots, two of the threatening
nature, and the Blue Devils took two
shots that Leitner smothered. The first
Raider threatening shot sprouted from
Rodgers early in the half, but Brucia
pounced on it. The second threat came
after a corner kick into Diggs, but
Brucia intercepted it. Blue Devil freshman Grace Elliott ripped sharp shot
Blue Devil Boys Edge
S. Plainfield in Soccer
Senior Mike Prosuk netted a penalty kick five minutes into the second
half to give the Westfield High School
boys soccer team a 1-0 victory over
the South Plainfield Tigers on October 11. The Blue Devils out-shot the
Tigers, 11-7, and goalkeeper Koryn
Kraemer made six saves.
Westfield
South Plainfield
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PUBLIC NOTICE
BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
403 SOUTH AVENUE
GARWOOD, NEW JERSEY 07027
RESOLUTION
OF THE PLANNING BOARD
WHEREAS, the Planning Board of the
Borough of Garwood are required to contract for Professional Planning/Engineering Services to undertake a preliminary
investigation to determine whether Block
0401 Lots 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004, 0005
Block 0403 Lots 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004,
0005, 0006, 0019, 0020, 0021, 0022 is an
Area in Need of Redevelopment; and
WHEREAS, the Municipal Clerk on behalf of the Planning Board of the Borough
of Garwood posted in accordance with law
on August 13, 2014 and received proposals on September 9, 2014 under a fair and
open process in accordance with P.L. 2004,
c.19, as amended by P.L. 2005, c.51; and
WHEREAS, the said Planning Board
has determined that such services are
professional services as defined in the
Local Public Contracts Law of the State of
New Jersey; and
WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts
Law requires that a notice stating the nature, duration, services and amount of
each contract awarded as a professional
services contract be printed once in the
official newspaper of the municipality;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
by the Planning Board of the Borough of
Garwood:
1. That the Planning Board Chair and
Secretary be and are hereby authorized
and directed to execute an agreement with
H2M for the provision of professional planning/engineering services to undertake a
preliminary investigation to determine
whether Block 0401 Lots 0001, 0002, 0003,
0004, 0005 Block 0403 Lots 0001, 0002,
0003, 0004, 0005, 0006, 0019, 0020, 0021,
0022 is an Area in Need of Redevelopment in the Borough of Garwood; and
2. That said Contractor shall receive
fees not to exceed $8,000 for 2014 said
services from 2014 Municipal Budget in
accordance with the proposal received on
September 9, 2014,
3. That the Borough Clerk be and is
hereby authorized and directed to maintain this resolution and the professional
services contract on file and available for
public inspection in the Office of the Borough Clerk; and
4. That the Borough Clerk is hereby
authorized and directed to publish a copy
of this notice as required by law.
I, Adele Lewis, Secretary to the Planning
Board of the Borough of Garwood hereby
attest that this Resolution was adopted by
the Board of the Borough of Garwood on
September 24, 2014.
Adele Lewis, Secretary
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from the right side, but Leitner
stopped it at the near post.
After a scoreless and shotless first
overtime, the Raiders managed two
shots at the goal. The first was a free
kick from Rodgers that was saved
and the second came from Cornwell,
also stopped by Brucia.
“The whole game we had a chance
to put it away. There were parts where
we were getting down on each other,
but we picked each other up to get
through the game. I think we deserved to win, but not everything happens,” Baliatico said.
“It was a really good battle. [It was]
Our goal for the entire season as a
young team. We start all underclassmen with a few seniors. We want to
grow. We want to be hitting our stride
when the tournament comes. This
year, every game for the most part has
been better than the last. The girls are
a little pumped up now, and that was
your average Westfield/Scotch Plains
battle. Our girls were strong. They
were mentally strong, physically
strong,” Coach Schmidt said.
The first round of the Union County
Tournament began on October 11, and
the Raiders received the top seed. The
Blue Devils received the fifth seed and
hosted Linden on October 12.
“We definitely deserved the first
seed. We are still undefeated. We have
two ties [Union, Westfield]. We come
out strong every game,” Baliatico said.
Sc. Pl.-Fanwood
Westfield
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WF Beats Columbia
In Field Hockey, 3-0
part. It was a great job by the entire
defense and the defensive coaches.
Coach [Joe] Hubert does an outstanding job on the defensive end and
coach [Peter] Kane is coordinator of
special teams. That was really the
difference in the game tonight,” Cougar Head Coach Erik Rosenmeier
said.
The 5-0 Cougars sent a message
early, after they stopped the Vikings
on their first series, when they
marched 75 yards on 15 plays for
their first TD when Schetelich connected with Christiano for 31 yard
scoring pass play with 2:07 left in the
first quarter. Erik Donahue (2 receptions, 21 yards) and Norton (3 receptions, 15 yards) made key grabs on
the drive.
Trotter put the Vikings in jeopardy
when he returned a punt 45 yards to
the Voorhees 16. Unfortunately,
Schetelich’s pass was picked off in
the end zone. However, thanks to
stubborn defense, the Cougars got
good field position at the Voorhees
48. Walker weaved his way for a 33yard gain then after three more Cougar carries, Schetelich slipped in from
the two. A little pitchout to Christiano
resulted in the two-point conversion
and Cranford had a 15-0 lead with
7:39 left in the half.
Voorhees answered with an 11yard 57-yard scoring drive when running back Colin Evanko scored from
the two with 2:00 remaining. Set up
by a 46-yard pass play from Schetelich
The New York Giants have selected
Cranford High School Head Coach
Erik Rosenmeier as, “The Lou Rettino
High School Football Coach of the
Week” presented by Chase for the
week of October 6. Under Coach
Rosenmeier, the Cranford Cougars
upset the Summit Hilltoppers, 33-14,
on October 2 for the first time since
1991, ending their state-leading 27game winning streak.
In recognition of Coach
Rosenmeier’s success and commitment, he will receive a certificate of
recognition signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Giants
Head Coach Tom Coughlin and a
$1,000 check, to be matched by
Chase, will be granted to the Cougars
football program. Coach Rosenmeier
will be acknowledged by a stadium
announcement when the Giants host
the Indianapolis Colts on November
3 and an announcement will also be
posted on the Giants website,
www.giants.com.
Coach Rosenmeier noted that, “it
was a team award and a staff award”.
Lady Blue Devils Top
Summit in Soccer, 4-0
The Westfield High School field
hockey team shutout the 2-9 Columbia Cougars, 3-0, at Kehler Stadium
in Westfield on October 7 to improve
to 4-7-1. Senior Valeria Bouchoueva
netted a pair of goals and senior Emily
Forcht added one goal, while junior
Cami Sullivan provided two assists
and goalkeeper Christina Seery made
four saves.
Columbia
Westfield
Westfield
Summit
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PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF WESTFIELD
PLANNING BOARD
Notice is hereby given that the Westfield
Planning Board, at its meeting on October
6, 2014 adopted the following resolutions
for applications acted upon at the September 3, 2014 meeting.
PB 14-07 354 East South Avenue,
LLC, 352 & 354 South Avenue East.
Block 4003, Lots 7 & 8 Preliminary and
Final Major Site Plan with c variance. Applicant sought preliminary and final major
site plan approval to construct a two-story
rear addition to the existing building located at 354 South Avenue, E (Lot 8) and
to convert the first floor of the building into
office space with two second floor apartments and 1 attic apartment with the construction of a 17-space parking area on
Lots 7 & 8 contrary to Section 17.02C of the
Land Use Ordinance to allow 17 parking
spaces where 19 parking spaces are required. Application approved with conditions.
PB 14-10 Harvest Restaurant Group,
115 Elm Street. Block 2505, Lot 14 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan with
variances. Applicant sought to continue
the restaurant use of the premises and
preliminary and final major site plan approval to reconstruct the existing rear “annex” section with a new basement, alter
the ground floor layout and add a new
second floor with a gable roof for dining
space and an outdoor herb garden. Applicant sought variance relief from the following sections of the Land Use Ordinance:
§11.25E1 to allow a roof overhang encroachment over the property line at the
front yard of 4 feet where no overhang is
allowed; §11.25E2 to allow a roof overhang encroachment over the property line
at the left side yard of 1.67 feet where no
overhang is allowed; §11.25E3 to allow a
rear yard setback of .79 feet where a
setback of 17.895 feet is required; §11.25F1
to allow a storefront window area of 36.5%
where 40% is required; §16.03C1 to allow
a main sign projection from the building of
46 inches where 8 inches is allowed;
§16.04E1b to allow a sign height of 12.83
feet where a maximum of 12 feet is allowed; §17.10E to allow a height of lighting
fixtures of 23.75 feet where 15 feet is
allowed; §17.02C7r to allow zero parking
spaces where 81 parking spaces are required. Application approved with conditions.
Plans and applications are on file in the
office of the Town Engineer, 959 North
Avenue West, Westfield, New Jersey and
may be seen Monday through Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Kris McAloon
Planning Board Secretary
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In the fourth quarter, Coach
Rosenmeier brought in the reserves
to get a little action, but he did not
expect sophomore running back Ryan
Bakie to hook around the right side
and elude all defenders en route to a
54-yard TD sprint. Sophomore Brian
Oblachinski’s PAT was good.
“We have a lot of good kids this
year. Even the second stringers are
good. We can use anybody,” Walker
said.
“I thought the defense was outstanding tonight. I thought we were
very good on defense and very good
on special teams. I thought Voorhees
was very good on defense. It didn’t
necessarily show it in the end, because we were able to score. But we
kept getting the ball back and we kept
getting good field position,” Coach
Rosenmeier said. “When you get an
extra chance, and we did that twice
with the fake punts, it’s a good thing
for our offense.”
“We knew they were 4-0. Four and
0 against 4-0! We came out and played
football. We just played our game.
We did exactly what our coaches tell
us to do,” Trotter said.
Voorhees
Cranford
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Rosenmeier Named
‘Retino Coach of Week’
The 6-3-1 Westfield High School
girls soccer team scored a pair of
goals in each half to defeat the 5-6
Summit Hilltoppers, 4-0, in Summit
on October 7. Senior Lil Scott scored
a goal and added a pair of assists,
while Sara McCutcheon, Jordan
Robertson and Haley Farella each
scored one goal and Olivia Luzzi
added an assist. Goalkeeper Lizzia
Brucia had six saves as did Hilltopper
goalkeeper Jennifer Martino.
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to Christiano, the Cougars had another chance and Norton nailed a 35yard field goal with :04.1 left in the
half.
Lightning struck on the very first
series of the second half when
Schetelich spotted Walker sprinting
down the center and connected for a
50-yard TD. Norton’s PAT made the
score 25-7.
“They didn’t have any safeties up
there. I saw that, so I hustled up the
field and nobody was around me. So
I took the six [points],” Walker explained.
Considering his opportunities to
successfully carry the ball, Walker
said, “The best one was probably up
the sideline over here. I got some
good blocks from [Will] Fries and
just my whole line. They were great
blockers all night to help us break out
into the open field.”
The defense forced Voorhees to
punt again and this time Trotter returned the punt to the Viking 28. Four
plays later with 6:07 on the clock,
Schetelich scooted in from the six.
Norton nailed the PAT. The Cougars’
next scoring drive ended in Norton’s
25-yard field goal with :43.7 left in
the third quarter.
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Schiller’s Grey Bees
To Be Inducted into
Newark Hall of Fame
The 1964 Saint Benedict’s Prep
baseball team, under Head Coach Joe
Kasberger and Assistant Coaches
Gene Schiller of Scotch Plains and
John Allen, won its first Great Newark Tournament championship and
compiled a 25-3 record. For that
achievement, the team will be inducted into the Newark Athletic Hall
of Fame on October 23.
In the final game of the tournament, the Grey Bees plated three runs
in the eighth inning and three more in
the ninth to take a 6-5 lead over a
Montclair team that had won 25
straight games then ended the game
with a 4-6-3 play.
The team included Ralph Lilore,
Tony Ciurczak, Michael Petriella,
Dennis Farrell, Michael McAdams,
James McKenna, Augie DeRosa,
Frank Casadonte, Raymond Walsh,
Richard Sabella, Robert Mason, Thomas Koleszar, Robert Rudzonis, Robert Petitti, Chuck Schnabel, Daniel
Meehan, Andrew Marchese, Jack
Dubois and Ted Jakubowski.
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF WESTFIELD
PLANNING BOARD
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
CRANFORD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK...Freshman gymnast Kelly McAuliffe
recently took first place in the floor exercise at the 12th Annual Cougar Invitational and placed fourth on the beam and fifth all-around.
Raider Boys Top Blue Devils, 1-0
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ing the bleachers. Spectators lined
the fences and the game had a real
playoff feel to it. On occasion the
boisterous Raider student section
would wave the American flag and
begin singing the National Anthem.
“It is always like that when these
two teams play one another,” said
Coach Breznitsky. “It is one of the
best rivalries in the state, really. I
know that when we played them over
at their place earlier we had almost
half of the stands filled with Raider
fans. The fans take it seriously. Two
good programs that border each other,
you are going to have that kind of
intensity.”
After the Lipshitz goal, Westfield
began pressing the Raider defense
the rest of the way. Westfield’s best
scoring opportunity came with just
over 10 minutes remaining when
Michael Prosuk got off a solid shot at
the goal that was denied by a diving
Sean Murray. As the clock wound
down, the Raider fans began celebrating in anticipation of the outcome.
“Any time you can beat your rival
twice in a season it means something
special,” said Lipshitz. “They beat us
here at our place last year so, as a
senior, it means a lot to be able to
avenge that and then get that second
win against them as well.”
Scotch Plains-Fanwood improved
its season mark to 10-2 with the victory. Westfield meanwhile, fell to 7-3.
“I thought we deserved the win
today,” said Breznitsky “I really did.
I think we dominated the game in
terms of possession. It is a credit to
them (Westfield) that they showed so
well, because I thought we played
well enough today to beat a lot of
teams easily. Westfield is a good program and they have a talented team,
but I did feel like we were the better
team today.”
Westfield
Sc. Pl.-Fanwood
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Westfield V-Ballers Defeat
Watchung Hills & Cranford
The 12-2 Westfield High School
girls volleyball team kept rolling in
the winning direction with a 26-24,
23-25, 25-19, victory over the 8-7
Watchung Hills Lady Warriors in
Westfield on October 8 and a 25-20,
25-16, triumph over the 7-5 Cranford
Cougars in Westfield on October 9.
Against the Warriors, senior setter
Megan Mondon came up with 38
assists, while adding 20 digs, three
kills, a block and seven service points
with two aces. Freshman Stephanie
Borr notched 18 kills and added five
digs. Olivia Manning had 14 kills, a
block and four digs. Libero Leigh
Scarano had 22 digs and four service
points with an ace.
Lizzie Sottung had 11 service
points with three aces and nine digs.
Dana Boretz had 12 digs and four
service points. Olivia Meyer had five
digs, an assist and five service points.
Kaelyn Heard had four kills, two
digs, an assist and three service points.
Rachel Holt had two blocks, two digs
and a kill, and Sara Correa had three
kills.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF DECISION
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
OF CONSTANCE R. BIANCO
On October 6, 2014, the Planning Board
of the Town of Westfield adopted a Resolution granting site plan and variance approvals to the Applicant, 354 East South
Avenue, LLC, for the properties located at
352 & 354 South Avenue East, Block 4003,
Lots 7 & 8 on the Tax Map of the Town of
Westfield. The approval will permit the
construction of a 2-story rear addition of
approx. 1,086 square feet to the existing
building on Lot 8 and conversion of the
building into a mixed-use building with first
floor office space and apartment units on
the upper floors. A shared parking area
between Lots 7 & 8 is also proposed. A
copy of the Resolution is on file and available for public inspection in the office of the
Town Engineer, 959 North Avenue West,
Westfield, New Jersey, during that Office’s
normal business hours.
HEHL & HEHL, P.C,
Attorneys for the Applicant
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The Last Will and Testament of
Constance R. Bianco was duly probated in
the Union County Surrogate’s Court, located at 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, Union
County, New Jersey 07207, on July 9,
2014. At that time, Edward N. Holback of
2267 Concord Road, Scotch Plains, New
Jersey and Laura Gosling of 21 Fairfax
Terrace, Chatham, New Jersey were appointed co-Executors of the Estate. A Notice of Probate has been mailed to next-ofkin that have been identified and located.
Possible next-of-kin that are unidentified
or have not been located include Jeanne
Carhart Crimmins, Lawrence Valentino,
and the issue of Rose K. Chiarchiaro
Carhart, Joseph George Chiarchiaro, John
Valentino, Rosario Morola, Antonio Morola
and Louisa Valentino. Next-of-kin may
obtain a copy of the Last Will and Testament upon written request to the co-Executors.
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Emily Piekarski notched 17 kills
and added 24 digs, two blocks and
eight service points with an ace for
the Lady Warriors. Caroline Sequeira
(15 service points) and Meghan
Swanton (18 service points) each had
27 digs, and Christina Liao provided
30 assists, 12 digs and seven service
points. Lori Engler had 18 digs, nine
service points and seven kills. Sydney
Wilcenski had seven kills and a block.
Mondon also came up big against
the Cougars with 27 assists, 16 digs,
six kills and seven service points with
three aces. Manning notched 12 kills
and two blocks, while Borr had nine
kills. Scarano had 15 digs, three assists, a kill and four service points
with an ace. Sottung had seven digs
and a service point. Boretz had eight
service points with two aces and three
digs. Heard had four digs, a kill, a
block and three service points with
an ace. Meyer had two digs, Gab
Cafone had four digs, two service
points and a kill. Holt notched four
kills, Correa had a kill and a dig,
Rachel Mattessich had a block and
Morgan Biglin had a dig.
PUBLIC NOTICE
BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
ORDINANCE NO. 14-12
AN ORDINANCE TO ENACT
ARTICLE IX (DUMPSTERS
AND CONTAINERS) IN CHAPTER 146 (STREETS AND
SIDEWALKS) OF THE CODE
OF THE BOROUGH OF
GARWOOD TO REGULATE
PLACEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF DUMPSTERS AND
CONTAINERS.
STATEMENT
TAKE NOTICE THAT ORDINANCE NO.
14-12, WAS PASSED ON THE FINAL
READING AFTER PUBLIC HEARING AT
A MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
ON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2014
ATTEST:
Christina Ariemma
Municipal Clerk
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